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York College Of Pennsylvania 



York, Pennsylvania Vol. 44 



YORK COLLEGE OF PENNSYLVANIA 




As you look around the YCP campus you might con- 
clude that the College is a brand new institution. It's true 
that the oldest building on our 78-acre campus is only 
twenty-five years old, but that's deceiving. The YCP 
heritage goes way back beyond 1961 when the school 
moved from Downtown York to its present site, a former 
golf course. 

In fact, the history of the institution which is now York 
College of Pennsylvania goes back beyond the date 
"1968", when York Junior College became a four-year 



school; the date "1941", when the York Collegiate Insti- 
tute established a junior college; the date "1929", when 
York Collegiate Institute and York County Academy 
formed a Reciprocal Teaching Agreement; the date 
"1873", when Samuel Small founded the York Colle- 
giate Institute, and even the date "1787", when the York 
Academy was incorporated with a local Episcopal 
Church. 

Although historical records become clouded beyond 
1787 when the York Academy was incorporated, college 



historians have learned that it was sometime between 
1776 and 1779 that John Andrews, an Episcopal minis- 
ter, opened a classical school in York. The site was 
North Beaver Street where the Academy was built a 
little later. 

In 1799, the Academy was independently incorporated 
as "The York County Academy" and for many years was 
the only school of consequence in the County. It preced- 
ed the establishment of public schools in Pennsylvania by 
several years and trained many leaders in city, state and 
national affairs. 

York Collegiate Institute was organized in 1873 
through the efforts of Samuel and Isabelle Small when 
they assigned a square of ground and $50,000 in bonds as 
security to "The English Presbyterian Church" of York. 
The Collegiate Institute gained considerable prestige 
and much success in bringing liberal education in the 
youth of the community. 

However, the growth of the public high schools 
changed the needs of the community and both the Acad- 
emy and the Institute entered into an agreement in 1929 
whereby they merged their resources, while retaining 
much of their identity. 

The trustees of York Collegiate Institute voted to add 




A YCP ancestor which was incorporated in 1787. 

a junior college program to the curriculum and first year 
courses were started in the fall of 1941 with an enroll- 
ment of 42 students. In 1947, the Institute decided to 
close the secondary school and concentrate their efforts 
on the Junior College. Even today, while the College is 
governed by a separate board of trustees, the Academy 
board still functions and performs valuable services. 

York College was accredited by the Middle States 
Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools in 1959. 
Accreditation was renewed in 1969 and reaffirmed in 
1972 with the right to award the Baccalaureate Degree. 

The present Academy board officers are as follows: 
Mr. William H. Kain, Esq., president; Honorable James 




The York Collegiate Insiiiiitc uas cstabHshed in 
1873 and in 1929 entered into a teaching agree- 
ment with the York Academy. 



E. Buckingham, vice president; Mark Woodbury, III, 
Esq., secretary; and Martin E. Ebbert, Jr., treasurer. 
The Academy board membership is as follows: Daniel 



Buckingham, Austin E. 

Martin E. Ebbert, Jr., 

S. Eisenhart, Esq., Dr. 

Kain, Esq., Edward K. 

, Ezra Miller, Dr. Luther 



K. Beard, Honorable James E. 

Diehl, Martin B. Ebbert, Esq., 

Walter S. Ehrenfeld, William 

Robert V. losue, William H. 

Keen, Frank V. McConkey, Jr. 

B. Sowers, Charles H. Stallman, and Mark Woodbury, 

III, Esq. 

York was an exciting place to be in during the Acade- 
my's founding days. In September, 1777 the Continental 
Congress moved to York making the colonial town the 
Nation's Capital. Congress stayed for nine months and 
while here adopted the Nation's first Constitution, the 
Articles of Confederation. 

Today York is known as a productive area with plenti- 
ful industrial, agricultural, recreational and cultural re- 
sources. York College of Pennsylvania has grown from 
that small school established in the 1770's to a thriving 
college which still aims to provide students with mean- 
ingful education opportunities in a warm atmosphere. 




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YORK COLLEGE OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Countiy Club Road, York, Pennsylvania 17405 Telephone (717) 846-7788 




President 
Robert V. losue 



Dear Graduates of the Class of 1986: 

This is one of the finest classes to graduate from York 
College, which means we can expect great things to happen to 
you. Most of you will find jobs, some easily while others 
will have to really work at it; and some of you will go off 
to graduate school. Whatever you do, do it well. 

All of us at York College want you to succeed and we 
wish you the very best of luck. But we know that luck alone 
will not bring you full success or happiness. You must 
continue your work and you must continue to grow, now that 
you are on your own. 

Well, what about York College? We will be here long 
after you have graduated, and we promise to continue our 
work and our growth. We are fast becoming a highly recognized 
college in the northeast part of the United States. As we get 
better and as each of you spreads out, we will become better 
known throughout the entire United States. Together we will 
put York College on the map. 

We want you to be proud of us, just as we are proud of 
you. That is the beauty of having such fine students like you. 
We, as a better college, will give you even more pride in us; 
and you, as successful graduates, will make us feel wonderful. 

What a great team - YCP and the Class of 1986. 

Sincerely, 



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Robert V. losue 



18 Administration 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




Sitting: Mrs. Jean Schenck, Mr. John C. Schmidt, Mr. W. Burg Anstine, Mrs. Doris Gordon, Mr. Charles S. Wolf, Standing: 
Mr. H Douglas Campbell, Jr., Mr. Russel Gohn, Mr. John F. Grove Jr., Mr. John W. Kennedy, Mr. Louis J, Appell Jr., Mr. 
Frank Motter, Dr. Benjamin Ahoover II, Mr. Fredrick B. Shearer Jr., Mr. Benjamin M. Root. 



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Shirley D. Shipley 
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Charles S Wolf 
Carol Kain Woodbury 
Wayne M- Zimmerman 

Zrustees Smeritus-. 

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Walter S. Shrenfeld 
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Kay S. J^oonan 
Marvin Q. Sedam 
Morace B. Smith, £sq. 



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20 Adminislration 








Charles Bailey 
Book Store Manager 




Bradley Culbertson 
Director of Financial Aid 




Robert Danner 

Associate Director of Admissions 



John Cusma 

Asst. Business Manae 




Kevin Forsythe 
News Bureau Editor 



Jeff Camber 
Director of Athletics 



Judith Gaz/ana 

Coordinator of Cultural Events 




Betsy Knaub 
Nurse 



Deb Magni 

Director of Public Relations 



Ray Melato 

Director of Administrative Services 




Tom O'Connor 
Director of Development 
22 Administration 



John Orwig 

Director of Computer Center 




Jean Semmelman 

Director of Scheduling and Advising 



Lance Snyder 
Art Editor 



Nancy Spataro 
Directo of Admissions 




Eldon Webb 

Assistant to the President 




Lee Ward 

Director of Student Activities 



David Sterling 

Assistant to the Dean of Academic Affairs 

Administration 23 





Rich Achlzchn 
Education 



Irene Austin 
Biological Scicnc 



Philip Avillo 
History/Political Science 




Charles Boas 
Physical Science 



John Orwig 

Director of Computer Center 



Richard Clark 
Biological Scicnc 




Charlotte Gotwald 
Behavioral Science 



Sue Grassman 
Nursing 



Betty Guidara 
Mathematics 




Tom Hall 
English/Speech 



Linda Harrison 
Physical Science 



Carl Hatch 
History/Political Science 



Faculty 25 




Mel Kulbicki 
History/Political Science 




Dorothy Lagunowich 
Librarian 



26 Faculty 



Annette Logan 
Behavioral Science 



Suzanne Mark 
Behavioral Science 




Sue McMillan 
Librarian 



Nina Reid 
Education 






Sue Sponsler 
Education 



Shirley Starner 
Nursing 



Gurney Strouse 
Physical Science 



Faculty 27 




28 Faculty 



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Beard Hall 

FIRST FLOOR - Kim Baron, Kim 
Billngs, Wendy Blizzard, Cindy 
Campbell, Connie Christopher, 
Barbara Curry, Kirsten Esposito, 
Karen Graham, Theresa Grebe, 
Dawn Groff, Michele Henjsl, Mi- 
chelle Hoffman, Dorothy Holland, 
Jill Howard, Nancy Hume, Donna 
Hurlock, Steph Latham, Kim Le- 
vines, Ann Long, Patty Senter, 
Vicki Sinclair, Megan Smith, Beth 
Spangler, Suzie Welsh, Janice 
Williams. 



SECOND FLOOR - Angela Alle- 
man, Tania Araya, Lisa Bartlett, 
Chris Brener, Yvette Biggs, Wen- 
onah Bowers, Jeanne Casey, Karen 
Christ, Holly Coleman, Chris 
Decker, Ellen Delano, Nanette 
Dickinson, Martha Dixon, Donna 
Edinger, Lara Forziati, Cathy 
Gross, Brenda Hartzell, Pam 
Hilker, Deb Hoffman, Frances 
Holloman, Kelly King, Joy Kinsey, 
Kim Kirkner, Patty Klose, Doro- 
thea Kopchynsky, Lynda Kramer, 
Courtney Kruse, Kim Leach, Deb 
Lewis, Kim McCarty, Sue McCan- 
ley, Sharon McDermott, Geri Mur- 
phy, Dorothy Nenkum, Charlene 
Nuccio, Deirdre Oman, Wendi 
Pearl, Tessie Plakas, Keri Poirot, 
Janine Rezzoali, Penny Shadle, 
Cheryl Shotwell, Andrea Walter, 
Elizabeth Wasson, Karen Whalen, 
Sue White, Merrily Wolf 



THIRD FLOOR- Michele Adams, 
Amy Benn, Karen Blake, Esther 
Brown, Bev Brumbaugh, Debbie 
Buck, Daisy Caruajal, Nancy Cor- 
son, Joan Davis, Kathleen Evans, 
Gail Flickner, Cathy French, Sue 
Gerhardt. Cheryl Goodwin, Jodi 
Gray, Cindy Griffith, Tracie Him- 
melright, Lisa lannuzzelli, Lisa 
Jorgensen, Theresa Kelly, Heidi 
Krause, Cindy Leaman, Jodi Mur- 
phy, Gretchen Nafus, Laurie 
Ocker, Michele Pramik, Leslie 
Rauscher, Sarah Roselin, Sydney 
Sarver, Deb Shiffer, Donna Small, 
Wendy Smeltzer, Laura Stubble- 
bine, Yuko Takekawa, Karen 
Thomas, Davina Valayden, Jenni- 
fer Waldron, Catherine Wallace, 
Val Whiteman, Jaime Wilken, 
Holly Wilkening, Amy Wilson, 
Jennifer Wolf, Theresa Zonetti 




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Penn Hall 



FIRST FLOOR - Dessa Ackard, 
Virginia Bell, Amy Benschoff, 
Nina Bower, Danielle Defelice, 
Dawn Dennis Linda Derr, Kristin 
Donnelly. Lisa Edwards, Ronette 
Kauffman, Denice Kozlosky, Dana 
Kratzer, Kathleen Madill, Jill Ma- 
sonheimer, Kelli Masters, Lori 
Raffensburger, Janice Shore, Anne 
Stauffer, Karen Wildeson 





SECOND FLOOR - Tammy Alt- 
mark, Pamela Barrett, Denise 
Bauershob, Ashley Beardsley, Patti 
Blank, Sue Brady, Wendy Bream, 
Christina Breslin, K.C. Buckley, 
Lu Cannady, Jen Carroll, Lisa Ca- 
taliotti, Yolanda DeBerry, Tracy 
Deitch, Inger Dobson, Carol Fish- 
er, Marie Fritz, Stacey Glover, 
MaryBeth Godfrey, Karen Habel, 
Dru Harlow, Denise Heath, There- 
sa Heim, Pamela Howard, Annette 
Hufnagle, Dawn Jacka, Barbara 
Kennedy, Holly Kroekel, Jodi 
Kyler, Christine Ludemann, There- 
sa Maestle, Celine Mai Tran, Kelly 
Masterson, Liz Mayer, Mary 
McElroy, Tammy Miller, Beth 
Mowrer, Regina Moweer, Andrea 
Prough, Lynne Rooney, Eileen Ru- 
degeair, Diane Rusnock, Paula 
Schappell, Nancy Silvas, Mary Jo 
Stolz, Lori Tassey, Eileen Teague, 
Louise Terry, Vonda Weimer, Au- 
drey Williams, Denise Wilson 

THIRD FLOOR- Amy Aanonsen, 
Leann Braugher, Jennifer Byrne, 
Joanne Cassidy, Barbara Demorris, 
Dawn Dimidio, Melanie Eberly, 
Linda Epler, Angela Frecon, 
Deena Frustaci, Kim Harhart, 
Tarn Hartman, Rachel Harvey- 
Read, Dawn Hock, Stephanie Jen- 
kins, Pamela Jurash, Sandra 
Kemp, Susan Klein, Stephanie 
Knepper, Lucy Kohler, Penni Lau- 
deman. Tammy Laughlin, Michele 
Leaman, Jennifer Lehman, Melis- 
sa, Lipton, Barb Luoma, Mindy 
Luterick, Kristi Malseed, Kristi 
Martin, Wendy Martin, Linda 
Marx, Judy McGinty, Shelia 
McLaughlin, Jennifer Metz, Mi- 
chelle Miscovic, Stacey Myers, 
Joann Nichols, Sue O'Brien, Lorri 
Osterwise, Diane Panetta, Kris Pe- 
ters, Lil Rimac, Cara Rosenfeld, 
Dawn Sachse, Monica Salaga, 
Vonda Sheesly, Cathy Shipman, 
Diane Smith, Wendy Snyder, Bren- 
da Steinhauer, Barb Swentzel, 
Christine Taylor, Trish Weeks, 
Joni Wenke 



Manor South 



First Floor - Lisa Andrick, Kurcn 
Babb, Susan Baker, Anno Binko, Car- 
ole Blanch, Michelle Broughcr, Mau- 
reen Couker, Wendy Finifler, Debra 
Force, Gina Gianoni, Melissa Glas- 
gow, Carol Greenland, Alicia Hahn, 
Carolyn Houck, Michele Hovanec, Pa- 
tricia Kemp, Kim Krulder, Bobbi 
Lowry, Caria McFadden, Michelle 
Metz, Suzanne Mina, Tonya Minnich, 
Kimberly O'Donnell, Mary Pcrales, 
Marcy Rappaport, Mary Rogala, Ka- 
ren Sites, Melanie Smith, Vicki 
Straub, Kristin Treganowan, Kelly 
Wilson, Dawn Woods, Marie Zervos 



Second Floor - Hope Amberman, 
Tammy Boettcher, Carol Bruechner, 
Margaret Callaway, Jean Campbell, 
Christina Chilimindris, Cheryl Clem- 
ent, Kimberly Davy, Buffy Desimon, 
Barbara Egerter. Sheldis Ford, Kan 
Freeman, Deborah Graver, Judith 
Grille, Patricia Grillonc, Mary Ann 
Groft, Lori Heatherington, Michelle 
Hudson, Jennifer Johnson, Lisa La- 
Costa, Susan Landauer, Lee Larnck. 
Tracey Leather, CarIa Lenzi, Michelle 
Maestle, Michelle McKee, Maureen 
Miles, Kimberly Moore, Cassandra 
Morgan, Kelley Morris, Jennifer 
Moss, Joan Poracky, Andrea Rayboen, 
Kimberly Reeder, Cynthia Rhoades, 
Meredith Robles, Tammy Rosenberry, 
Stacey Russell, Karen Smetak, Colleen 
Sweeney, Jeanette Trudeau, Michelle 
Williams 



Third Floor - Kirsten Arnold, Mary 
Aron, Lisa Barr, Tracy Benardella, 
Jennifer Brennan, Cynthia Boheim, 
Patricia Booth, Vivian Bryant, Jenni- 
fer Campbell. Lisa Ciocca, Kristine 
Comilloni, Kelli Damato, Jeanne De- 
vitt, Jane Farelly, Anne Faryniak, 
Yvonne Green, Susan Henry, Gail 
Henwood, Tina Holmstrom, Michelle 
Jerry, Robin Leonard, Amy Madura, 
Rosanne Middleton, Lisa Milten- 
berger, Avalyn Mitchell, Sydney Moe- 
bus, Barbara Moran, Maureen Pidel, 
Ann Radler, Donna Ribakusky, Judi 
Schleifer, Melody Scott, Karen Soltis, 
Kimberly Stephenson, Dara Vanik, 
Padget Vedder, Laurie Walsh, Diana 
Widdowson, April Wiebner, Kimberly 
Williams, Tammy Winters, Cindy 
Zager 





Manor North 

FIRST FLOOR - Robert Alberghine, 
John Barber, Bruce Blake, Gary 
Brown, Brian Calland, Jay Driver, Bri- 
an Etzel, Bryon Fries, David Hagerty, 
Crailn Halsey, Steve Hancocl<, Jact 
Hansberry, Rich Havir, Fred Heim, 
Andre Htie, Michael Kennedy, Scott 
Kilmon, Tom Kosh, Malt Kuehnle, 
Steve Kwietniak, Jeff Lawson, David 
Morfe, Wayne Odell, Jaime Redcay, 
Dan Thamert, Greg Thomas, Rick 
Walsh, Guy West 



THIRD FLOOR John Alway, Mark 
Barbour, Rod Bashore, Joe Boyle, 
John Burchett, Jeff Cannon, Eric Carl- 
son, Ray Coleman, Chris Cowen, Steve 
Dicrocco, Mike Dunn, Donald Evans, 
Frank Feldman, John George, Carlos 
Johnson, Kevin Joyce, Rich Kelly, 
Steve Kimple, Andy Klima, Jeff Kon- 
tir, Jim McGurk, Owen McShane, 
Pete March, Andy Modre, Jack Nasi, 
Mike Perry Steve Phillips. Louis 
Quackenbush, Seth Riegel, Steve Ru- 
fino, John Schenk, Dave Shinsky, 
Scott Silver, Jim Sokira, Greg Som- 
mer, Mark Sparrow, Marc Spieko, 
Dave Summers, Rich Vicinanza, Tom 
Waters, Frank Warshaw, Ted Wilkes, 
Ken Williams, Jim Wrona, Mike 
Yaede, David Yeisley, Chris Zinn 



SECOI^D FLOOR- James Abromitis, 
Richard Baroch, Mark Benton, Shel- 
don Bentz, John Britton, Scott Chap- 
man, Paul Cohen, James Conaboy, 
Michael Connors, Michael Cornell, 
John Curving, Jeffrey Davidson, Wil- 
liam Dee, Steven Donia, Paul Fortino, 
Dwayne Gilliam, Gregory Jurash, 
Martin Kelleher, Andre Khordoc, Jef- 
frey Kruse, Michael Leacott, Craig 
Leak, Edward Lill, Patrick Long, 
Michael McConville, Gary MacPer- 
son, Kevin Malonery, Scott Manga, 
Frank Masrchesani, David Michaels, 
Robert Mosquera, Leonard Namiotka, 
Rawie Phillips, Russell Puskaric, John 
Ryan, Roderick Salter, Ronald Sand, 
Brian Schlemmer, Jefferly Shapiro, 
Duane Shellenberger, Joseph Strem- 
ple, Brian Welker, James Wick, Wil- 
liam Wilson, Harold Yocca, Scott 
Young 



Dorms 33 



EVERGREEN HALL- Dyan Ander- 
son, Joe Beiler. Mike Beiter, Jody 
Brown, Christine Cardone, Pete Cath- 
one, Paul Chiaradia, Barb Cuff, Tracy 
DeDominicas, Pat Dolan, Alan Eagle, 
Keith Elderidge, Lori Faust, Sharnee 
Frain, Debra Floyd, Ryan Fox, Becky 
Gongaware, Steve Haffner, Bill Hen- 
ry, Shawn Hull, Tonya Jacobs, Kim 
Kraus. Susan Lehr, Angle Mayer, 
Leon Morris, Missey Morgan, Tom 
McDonnell, Tom McMullen, Eric Ne- 
meth, Dave Parkansky, Cindy Powers, 
Willie Rose, Mary Ryan, Brent Shultz, 
Kerry Sweigart, Carol Twigg, Tod 
Weinrich 



WILLOW HALL - Unavailable 



LAUREL HALL- Bill Adhors, Lynn 
Anotol, Lisa Mullery, Jen Wagner, 
Kathy Gardineer, Lisa Levesque, An- 
drea Gava, Gina D'Anegelis, Gretchen 
Goff, Cindy Wenrick, Karen Rescigno, 
Jenny Leighton, Alison Rodrigues, 
Stacy Royor, Jasae Webb, John Hy- 
mah, Jeff Zeliff, Jim Steranko, Mike 
Killeen, Greg DePaoli, Mike Growney, 
Danny Woods, Mark Ricketls, Randy 
Scott, Al Zaccario, Todd Stanberg, 
Randy Poth. Chris McTighe, Chris 
Faico, Chris Turner, Bill Millan. Rick 
Maughan, Debbie Rowall, Lee Popkin 





MAl^OR EAST Shawn Aloi, Stacy 
Benardella, Lori Bilbow, Maria Biz- 
zoco, Stephaniee Blank, Heather Bow- 
en, Ted Crabtree, Rich Cruser, Becky 
Crutchfield, Frank Dunninger. Lynne 
Elder, Mike Farah, Gene Gallagher, 
Eileen Garrily, Laurie Goldberg, Ka- 
ren Greitz, Chad Hall, Cheryl Hem- 
meter. Joan Higgins, Kim Honecker, 
Jill Jenkins, Dan Jordan, Belh Keyser, 
Robb Kirchner, Mike Kishbaugh, 
Margo Kruiko, Jessie Lerman, Phil 
Madary, Debbie McMerty, Jim 
Mentzer, Jeff Nuss. Brent Ober- 
holtzer. Maria Penninas, Karen Prun- 
er, Dan Reck, Wally Reilly, Jacki Rut- 
ty, Rhonda Ruyack, Julie Sigafoo, 
Wendy Sims, Mary Skruch, Nancy 
Thorne, Janet Tribbe, Mandy Wagner, 
Kathleen Walsh, Debbie Ward, Sandy 
Williams, Tracy Zuber 




MANOR WEST - Stephanie Beil, 
Craig Brodbeck, James Carolan, Lynn 
Cavagnaro, Jeanine Chayka, Donna 
Dellarciprete, Kimberly DeSanto, 
Mary Lou Dutka, David Fink, Greg 
Fitzpatrick, Micki Gehers, Kristina 
Gillan, Greg Goddard, Mary Jicha, 
Marc Kleinman, Jill LaBarre, Sandra 
Lutz, Barbara Marquette. Eric Maw, 
Cynthia Mickic, Tracy Moresi, Shan- 
non Morris, Patti Pier, Kelly Post, Lee 
Rosenblody Melisa Sanders, Maria 
Sciara, Eileen Scidel, Janet Sheskin, 
Kathleen Sims, Daren Smith, Kelly 
Smith, Denene Snowden, Thomas So- 
kira, Debra Springer, Richard Stahl, 
Thomas Stoner Stoner, John Teague, 
Walter Urban, Jr., Jenny Varner, Ran- 
dall Wagner, Deborah Ward, Ronnie 
Washington, Jennifer Weber, Lisa 
Wheeler, Beverly Wilson, Anne Marie 
Woodward, Renee Zacaagnini 




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REBECCA ACKER 



TODD AlKENS 



LESA ALBRIGHT 



AMY ALLEN 




RICHARD ALLEN MARSHA ALLISON WILLIAM ANDERSON CYNTHIA AVENl 






38 Seniors LORl BACON 



LYNN BALL TODD BALLANTYNE LEONARDO BARANDA 



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KARL BARBATSCHI DONNA BATES ANNE BIEVENOUR CINDY BOWMAN 




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MARTHA BOWEN TODD BROSKY AARON BROSSOIE JOHANNA BROWN 







LOUISE BRUNNER KIMBERLY BUCKI BRAD BURKE CATHERINE BUTLER 




PETER CALCARA JAMES CALLAHAN LAURA CAPERTON CAROL CAPORASO Seniors 39 



JENNIFER CARSON 






LINDA CHINI 



CLARE CHRIST 



BARTLEY CLARK 




RAYMOND CLARKE DAVID COHEN MARYANNE CONWAY HEATHER COOKE 




BARBARA CUFF CHRISTINE CURCIO CORNELIA DAMM RICHARD DARNALL 




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40 Seniors JEFFREY DEEL 



LARS DeSAI.VIO 



STEPHANIE DICE THOMAS DOLECKI 




JESSICA EASTON 



PAULA FERGUSON 



SUSAN FINDLEY 



CAROL FINKE 




WHITNEY FISHER 



DEBRA FLOYD 



MICHELE FRANCIS 



MARY KATHERINE 
FRIZZELL 




THOMAS GALLAGHER MARK GARAWITZ MICHELE GAVITT CHARLES GEBHART Seniors 41 




PAUL GORDON 



AMY GOTWALT JUDY-ANNE GRABOWSKI VIRGINIA GROSS 




AMYGRUBER GEORGIANN GURTH LORRAINE HASSETT JOANNE HAUGAN 




42 Seniors JERRY HENDRICKS CHRISTINA HERBERT SANDRA HESS 



GREGORY HEWITT 




MARILYN KAUFMAN KRISTEN KEELEY 



KENNETH KELLY VICTORIA KENNEDY 






SUSAN KERRIGAN WENDY KLINE 



NIPON KHANNA DAUNA KOWALSKI 





LYNN KREISER 



MARK LANDI 



PATRICK LAVERTY 



MARIA LAWLOR Seniors 43 



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CARLA LEHMAN 




THERESA LEHR BARBARA LIGHTCAP JOHN LIMPERT 




GEORGE LORD 



LISA LORENZO 



KRISTINE KAMP 
LUCABAUGH 




TERESA LUCERO 




44 Seniors bRENT LUNDGREN ELIZABETH MAGEE MARIO MALDONADO DAVID MARCANTONIO 



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BARBARA MARCH DAVID MARKLE 



KAREN MARTZ 



KAREN MASLAK 




KAREN McGARVEY DENNIS McMILLAN CHRISTOPHER MESCAN HEIDI MILLER 




TRACEY MOZOKI 



BRIAN MYERS 



LORI NELEN 



SCOTT NELSON 




PAMELA NESS DAVID NICHOLSON KEITH NICHOLSON 



MARY OSWALD Seniors 45 




SEDNEY PABON CYNTHIA PACHOLOK JAMES PALLANTE 



JOHN PALMER 





HOLLY PAULUS 



JOHN PENSIERO JACQUELINE PENSYL TRACY PERRY 





KAREN PETRACCI 



PATTI PIER 



NICOLA PIETY 



STEVEN PINETTE 




46 Seniors DONNA PISTILLI 



WENDY POWELL 



SUSAN PUNT 



JAMES RAVERT 




CHRISTINE REAMER ROBIN RECK 



LAURIE RICHTER MATTHEW ROBINSON 




CATHRYN ROMANOSKI TODD ROTHENBERGER ERIC ROTHMAN DEBORAH ROWAN 





FREDERICK ROWE MARY ANN RUFF JOHN SALERNO ANNETTE SANTOS Seniors 47 



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CAROL SAUNDERSON EDWARD SCHWAR 




MARIA SCIARA 




TARA SHEPHERD 



MICHAEL 
SCORNAVACCHI 



LISA SCOTT 



BARBARA SERRATORE 




CHRISTOPHER SHERRY NATALIE SHINER DANA SHOEMAKER 




48 Seniors DANIEL SHORT 



NANCY SHULL 



LISA SIMPSON ELIZABETH SINGER 




DAWN SNYDER NICHOLAS STELLHORN RANDALL STONER LAURA STUBBLEBINE 




BRENDA SULICK 





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BRYANT Slil I IVAN MARK SUI T7BAUGH 




TROY SVITAK 





YUKOTAKEKAWA AGNES TAMMANY DEBORAH TAYLOR GRETCHEN TAYLOR Seniors 49 




HESHIM THOMAS JEFFREY THOMPSON JEFFREY TOME 



DAVID TRANSUE 





MICHAEL TURSl 



MARY VALLE 



PAMELA WAGNER BARBARA WALTERS 





JEFFREY WALTERS 



DEBORAH WARD MONICA WARNER JEFFREY WATERS 




50 Seniors RUTH WEATHERS DAPHANIE WEAVER 



JUDITH WEBB SUSAN WERNSDORFER 




GARY WESSNER JAMES WHERLEY SUZANNE WILDE ANDREA WILLIAMS 





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JOAN WILLIAMS ROBERT WILLIAMS SUSAN WINTERS RAYMOND WITTEKIND 




CHRISTOPHER YURICK 



HOOTERS 




On November 14, 1985 the Hooters 
came to York College and the show was 
a sell out with 1,900 tickets sold. The 
Philadelphia born band has shot it's way 
to the top of the charts in the past year. 
This popular band put on a terrific show 
for all those who attended. The warm- 
up band The Outfielders set the scene 
with a very exciting and entertaining 
opening. The overall evening was a won- 
derful success and a sure-fire memory 
for many York College students. 




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TUESDAY TOO 



What is Tuesday Too? Well, it's a continua- 
tion of last years Monday Night Madness. 
Tuesday Too was held on Tuesday nights, most 
often in the Pub. Tuesday Too was organized 
by the Campus Activities Board. OK, so who 
participated? All types of entertainers: Guitar- 
ist Barry Drake, the Reggae band Pacific Or- 



chestra, comedian Tim Cavanagh, rock band 
Bermuda Triangle, comedian Chance Langton, 
The New York Swing Band, comedian Rondell 
Sheridan and last but not least entertainer Bar- 
bara Bailey Hutchison. Tuesday too was a suc- 
cess, it was a chance to take a break and see 
some top-notch performers. 




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New York Swing Band 



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MR. YORK COLLEGE 




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TALENT SHOW 




The York College Talent Show was held 
on November 1 2, 1 985. The show included 
all types of performers, dancers, bands, 
comedians and even a magican. A list of 
those who participated include: Wish, 
Danielle De Felice, Michelle Scribbick, 
Danielle Bushar, Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
Michael De Stefano, Debbie Floyd, 
Adriann White, Maria Sciara, Sandy 
Myer, John Feldman band and Kappa Psi 
Epsilon. Debbie Floyd took the first place 
prize for the York College Talent Contest. 



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SPEAKERS 




Over the course of the 1985-86 semesters 
York College had a "Speaker Series". Speakers 
were invited to come talk about politics, ethics, 
sports, current events and lots of other things. 
On September 23, 1985 Peter James gave a 
lecture on the "Castro Connection", General 
William Westmoreland came to talk about his 
military career and Vietnam on October 2, 
1985. The Academy Award-winning actor 
John Houseman came to York College during 
Parents Weekend. Willie Stargell shared his 
lecture "A view from the top: An evening with 
Willie Stargell" with a York College audience 
on February 1, 1986. 




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BSU FASHION SHOW 




At left is Debra Floyd, Fall Se- 
mester Talent Show Winner, sing- 
ing Whitney Houston's single, 
"THE GREATEST LOVE OF 
ALL". 

The Fashion Show was sponsored 
by the Black Student Union. The 
successful show consisted of YCP 
students who modeled fashions 
such as beach wear, formal wear, 
business wear, casual clothing and 
sleep wear. , 



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Alpha Sigma Alpha was founded at Longwood Col- 
lege, Farmville, Virginia on November 15, 1901. Long- 
wood College was the first institution of higher learning 
to admit women for collegiate work. Amongst these 
women emerged the five founding sisters of Alpha Sigma 
Alpha. Since then we have grown immensely and now 
have 50 active collegiate chapters located across the 
United Stales. The Delta Omicron chapter of Alpha 
Sigma Alpha at York College was founded on April 8, 
1978. We have had eight superb years of sisterhood that 
will remain with us forever. Our national philanthropy is 
to aid the mentally retarded. In the more specific sense, 
our sorority is committed to supporting the Special 
Olympics program as volunteers. The sorority is based 
upon four aims: physical, intellectual, social, and spiritu- 
al. These aims are stressed and fulfilled from the first 
day of pledging throughout our lives as sisters. We are 
proud of our past and excited about our future. There is 
no substitute for sisterhood in Alpha Sigma Alpha. 



Our members are: Seniors: Laura Caperlon. Carole Caporoso, Heather 
Cooke, Beeky Hale, Jodi Kline, Laura Moroz, Charlene Parker, 
Cheryl Ryan, Lisa Scott. Aggie Tammany, Debbie Taylor, and Gretch- 
en Taylor, Juniors: Renee Allen. Patty Byrne, Jeannine Frenzel, Janet 
Frerichs, Becky Gongawarc, Cindy Hoar, Nancy Marhefka, Lori Mu- 
solf, Chris Romeo, Gina Romeo, JoAnn Schlindwein, Denise Shay, 
Jennifer Wagner, and Cindy Wittneben. Sophomores: Kathy Gardin- 
eer, Wendy Leber, Jeni Leighton. Karen Murphy, .April Piper, Lisa 
Wheeler, and Kelly Wilson. Freshmen: Leann Brougher, Dawn Dimi- 
dio, and Kim Kirkner. 



The coat-of-arms of Alpha Sigma Alpha Is a shield, 
quartered in crimson and white, bearing a phoenix ris- 
ing from lambent flames and surmounted by a gold 
crown. The riband below the shield carries the opert 
motto, "Aspire, Seek, Attain," in Greek. 






Above: Officers: boUom row; April Piper, editor: Renee Allen, vice president: JoAnn Schlind- 

wein, president; Nancy Marhefka, treasurer; top row: Patty Byrne, membership; and Jodi Kline, A 

chaplin. Right; "The Spina Bifida Bowl-a-thon". "Come on Jodi!" cheers the sisters. Below: r I 

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A0X 



Alpha Theta Chi sorority is a social and service or- 
ganization for the women of York College designed to 
promote activities for the college and also for the com- 
munity. Our motto, "Service to our community, social 
interaction with our peers, Sisterhood amongst us all, 
forever" states our goals as a sorority. Over the past 
year. Alpha Theta Chi has participated in several social 
and service activities. In the fall semester we held a 
dance marathon to raise money for the Ronald McDon- 
ald House, donated a Christmas tree and gifts to a needy 
family, worked for the Bell Emergency Center and sup- 
ported other organizations in their activities. In the 
spring, we held a daffodil sales for the American Cancer 
Society, and sold raffle tickets for the Lion's Club. So- 
cially, we had mixers and parties with other Greek Or- 
ganizations. The spring also marks the time for our annu- 
al formal, which was held at the York Fair Grounds and 
was a great success. We also participated in Greek Week 
and various intramural sports. At present, we currently 
have 41 active sisters. Seniors include Theresa Creman, 
Laura Lichter, and Natalie Shiner. Juniors include Ma- 



ria Edgerly, Cindy Ralls, Anne Levine, Linda Pusey, 
Dorrie Seborg, Angela dcMarino, Veronica Gomez, Lisa 
Deardorf, Carol Crew, Alicia Mongaliri, Heidi Whiskey- 
man, Shelly Campbell, Lisa Sanzeri, Diane Olivier, and 
Gail Sgroia. Sophomores include Lisa Bartlett, Wendy 
Ragan, Stacey Fitzwater, Jennifer Naughton, Louise 
Lesinski, Kim Williams, Sheri Folk, Karin Thomas, 
Merrily Wold and Michelle Edens. Freshmen include 
Chris Long, Karen Soltis, Heidi Krausc, Kim O'DonncIl, 
Gail Flicker, Lisa Jorgensen, Dyndi Boheim and Kelli 
Damato. Our faculty advisor is Mrs. Khanna. Our exec- 
utive board for the fall semester included president: Lisa 
Sanzeri, vice president: Gail Sgroia, secretary: Angela 
deMarino and treasurer: Linda Pusey. Our executive 
board for the spring semester include, president: Theresa 
Cremen, vice president: Gail Sgroia, secretary: Cindy 
Ralls and treasurer: Jennifer Naughton. The 1985-86 
school year was a very successful one for the sisters of 
Alpha Theta Chi. We are looking foward to the coming 
year to grow and prosper together. 




A0X 

Pledging is a period of growth. It 
is during this time that girls grow 
into women. They learn the true 
meaning of sisterhood, friendship 
and commitment. It is through this 
commitment that sisters gain the 
sacred vows of A0X and flourish 
both socially and intellectually. 




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The friendships attained at A0X will last forever 



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Sigma Delta Chi, Active Brothers; Johnny O. John Salerno, John Limpcrt, Dave Runco, Mike Cairo, Seolt Gingrich, Neil Esscnrdd, Joe Burke. John 
Kelley, John Abramo, Woody Earhart, Bill Pochick, Bruce Anderson, Steve Oldham, Mark Polelsic. Jim Dardo77i, Rich Darnall, Andy Moore, Scott 
Bennett, Jeff Furguson, Bill Walton, John Engrcn, Steve Blight, Chris Haynes, Todd Raffensberger, Jim Matias, Craig Levinc, Corry Santinello, 
Scott Buehler, Mike Rawicz, Ed Schwar, Bob Schuitz, Frank Maimonc, Greg Thomas. Jeff Rovenolt, Jeff Lawson. Tom Kosh, Fred Heiin, Rick 
Walsh, Gary Brown 




Sigma Delta Chi is a social organi- 
zation, founded in October of 1981. 
The history of the Delta Fraternity is 
proud of it's accomplishments which 
include the quite successful Jail Bail 
of both 1984 and 1985. These events 
raised over $5,000 for the benefit of 
the Heart Foundation, each time. In 
addition, our most rescent endeavor, 
the Beautification of Jackson Street, 
though our litter control watch and 
placing litter containers on Jackson 
Street corners. The Brotherhood of 
Delta is concerned with the social 
situation of the area surrounding 
York College. The hope is of build- 




ing a more unified community and 
college bond, by showing respect and 
responsibility to that community and 
it's environment. 

But it's not all work and no play. 
Delta is known campus wide for it's 
numerous events and social gather- 
ings, for the benefit and enjoyment 
of the student body. 

After winning "Best Fraternity On 
Campus" during Greek Week in our 
first year of exsistance, Sigma Delta 
Chi has become very competative in 
the York College Intramural Pro- 
gram. Our teams have gone to the 
playoffs four years consecutively in 
each of the following sports; hockey; 
football; basketball; and softball. 
Our first championship was won in 
soccer this past fall. 

Simply stated, the name of the 
game for Delta is to have a good 
time; no matter what we participate 
in. No mountains too big, and no 
job's too tough. Sigma Delta Chi 'til 
the day we die! 




Row i; Louise Leonard, Lisa Belden. Cheryl Hemmeter, Jaync Gustafson, Sue Anthony, Rachel Read. Row 2; Kaly McGariy, Kristin 
Treganowan, Staccy Bcnardella, Cheryl Blume, Row 3; Christine Hyde, Janet Tribbe, Kathleen Walsh, Tracy Bcnardclla. 



Sigma Delta Rho is a women's ser- 
vice organization founded on Sept. 
14, 1981 by a group of 14 founding 
sisters and our dedicated advisor 
Mrs. Curry. The 1986-87 school year 
marks our five year anniversary. 

In the last five years, we have 
grown and changed in many ways. 
As of spring 1986, we have inducted 
nine pledge classes. Presently we 
have a total of 30 sisters. 

Througout the 1985-86 school 
year, Sigma Delta Rho has partici- 
pated in many campus and commu- 
nity activities. Our biggest commu- 
nity service is our week-long "frost 
the cake with coins" for Easter 
Seals. In the past two years we have 
raised over $200 in coins and dona- 
tions. We plan to continue this event 
in the future. 

Some of our sisters attend the 
Hoffman Home for neglected girls 
on a regular basis. They work with 
and talk to the girls. In the spring of 
1985 we had a picnic with the girls 
from the Hoffman Home in our 
backyard. Everyone enjoyed the day. 



In December, the sorority and the 
girls from the Hoffman Home had a 
night of Christmas caroling at the 
Colonial Manor Nursing Home. We 
all felt good bringing Christmas 
cheer to the reidents. December was 
a good month for caroling. We won 
second place in the Christmas Carol- 
ing Contest sponsored by the Stu- 
dent Senate. 

In April we had our annual "Sun- 
shine Ball" semi-formal at Martin's. 
All who attended had a great time. 
During the year, four of our sisters 
were nominated for Winter and 
Spring Formal Queens. They were: 
Robyn Reio, Sigma Delta Rho, 
Louise Leonard, Sigma Phi Epsilon 
(1st runner up), Kay Brady, 
I.S.G.A., and Cheryl Blume, Sigma 
Delta Rho. 

Other community activities we 
have participated in include: TKE's 
and Kappa Psi Epsilon's volleyball 
marathons for the Kidney Foundar- 
tion and the York Literary Council 
and a joint-effort Daffodil Sale with 
Alpha Theta Chi for the Cancer 



Society. 

Officers for the Fall, 1985 were: 
President - Tracey K. Henry, Vice- 
President - Cheryl Blume, Secretary 
- Sherry Toadvin, Treasurer - Robyn 
Reio, Historian - Linda Silvia, 
Chaplain - Bethlee Shaffer, Ser- 
geant-at-Arms - Kay Brady and 
Pledge-Mistress - Sue O'Reilly. 

Spring 1986 Officers were: Presi- 
dent - Lisa Belden, V-President - 
Cheryl Blume, Secretary - Sherry 
Toadvin, Treasurer - Robyn Reio, 
Historian - Linda Silvia, Chaplain - 
Janet Tribbe, Sergeant-at-Arms - 
Kay Brady and PLedge-Mistress - 
Katy McGarty. 

New Officers for the Fall of 1986 
are: President - Robyn Reio, V-Pres- 
ident - Cheryl Blume, Secretary - Ja- 
net Tribbe, Treasurer - Rachel 
Read, Historian - Louise Leonard, 
Chaplain - Jen Bodnar, Sergeant-at- 
Arms - Deb Stump and Pledge Mis- 
tress - Sue Anthony. 

We are all looking forward to a 
successful 1986-87 school year. 



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Sigma Phi Epsilon is a national fraterni- 
ty that supports the ideals of campus and 
community. This past year we won the 
school's Honor Scoop for community ser- 
vice for the third consecutive year, which 
is a school record. We are the largest fra- 
ternity on campus with a membership of 
56 brothers. Our main charity is the York 
County Blind Center. We had our second 
annual "Swim to see" swim-a-thon which 
raised $732.00 for the center. 

Along with our charitable accomplish- 
ments, the brothers of Sig Ep are involved 
in many other aspects of York College. 
Brothers hold positions on the Student 
Senate, including two brothers on the ex- 
ecutive board. Brothers are also involved 
in inter-collegiate sports such as, varsity 
wrestling, baseball, tennis and track. Not 
only do our brothers excell on the field 
they strive for the highest in the classroom. 




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KSP 



The brothers of Kappa Sigma Rho stress unity as well 
as individualism. We are involved in many campus activ- 
ities including intramurals, Alumni Phone-a-thon, 
ISGA, Inter-Collegiate Activities, Greek Weekend and 
Spring Weekend. 

We have 35 active brothers with five members gradu- 
ating in the spring. We also have four sweethearts and 35 
alumni affiliated with the fraternity. This year we held 
our annual Founder's Day Party, White Rose Formal 
and Spring Picnic. We would like to wish the graduates 
much success in the future. 



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PHI SIGMA CHI - Jen Carson, Christy Dorsey, 
Dee Duvall, Kris Gillan, Cheryl Harnly, Sandy 
Hess, Jean Jones, Kathy Kennedy, Jill LaBarre, 
Lisa Lorenzo, Sandy Lutz, Cindy Mickel, Emily 
Moors, Beth Moyer, Nadine Polasko, Ram Sa- 
chetta, Eileen Seidel, Michele Sesok, Patti Stirk, 
Sharon Stankiewage, Jenny Varner, Cindy Wen- 
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Phi Sigma Chi is an independent 
sorority which was charteded March 
11, 1980. Our nnain goals are to pro- 
vide services to the community and 
campus, while working with other or- 
ganizations, and to provide an array of 
activities for our members. 

We are comprised of members with 
many different backgrounds. We 
pride ourselves on the fact that our 
sisters are involved in many campus 
activities. Every woman's sports team 
on campus, including cheerleading 
has at least one Phi Sigma Chi sister 
participating in it. Sports are not the 
only thing that we have members in- 
volved in — we have sisters in student 




senate. Madrigal Singers, and DPMA 
just to name a few. 

This past year we were involved 
closely with Access Shelter (a home 
for abused women in York) as our 
main service project. Other service 
projects were Bell Socialization and 
Special Olympics. Our activities for 
the sisters included a Christmas For- 
mal - everybody had a good time and 
were able to meet some alumni. 

This year proved to be a very pro- 
ductive year for Phi Sigma Chi - we 
purchased jackets, gained a number of 
new, hardworking sisters, and last, but 
not least, we were Greek Week 
Champs for the second year in a row. 



PHI SIGMA CHI'S OFFICERS: President - 
Cheryl Harnly, Vice President - Lisa Lorenzo, 
Secretary - Michele Sesok, Treasurer - Jennifer 
Varner, Recorder - Eileen Seidel 




Chi Gamma Iota is officially rec- 
ognized as the oldest Greek social 
organization on the York College 
campus. They were formed (at York 
Junior College) on November 15, 
1967. 

The primary purpose of XGI is to 
provide veterans (and interested 
non-veterans) with a point of social 
reference in the York College com- 
munity. The organization provides 
information on GI Benefits and Fi- 
nancial Aid programs. XGI volun- 
teers also provide members with lim- 
ited academic assistance and 
materials. 

Since its inception, XGI has been 
actively involved in community ser- 
vice projects. During the War in 
Vietnam, local servicemen, stationed 
in the combat zone, were sent Christ- 



mas greetings and news from 
"home." Over the years, the organi- 
zation has sponsored fund raising 
events to benefit the American Can- 
cer Society, Special Olympics, Mus- 
cular Dystrophy, and many other 
charitable organizations. On cam- 
pus, XGI members have served with 
distinction as members of the Stu- 
dent Senate, the HORIZON, the 
SPARTAN, and are listed in the 
Who's Who Among American Col- 
lege and University students. 

Full membership is open to veter- 
ans who have honorably completed 
their active service obligation and 
active Reservists and Guardsmen 
over 21 years. Associate and Social 
memberships are open to non-veter- 
ans interested in pursuing the objec- 
tives of the organization. 



Chi Gamma lota - Charles Baehite, Sheldon 
Bertz, Kenneth Bookmyer, Viola Jean Camp- 
bell, Daisy Carvajal, Becky Crutchfield, Su- 
sanna Danner, Michelle Dyarman, Wendy Fa- 
vinger, Susan Gearhardt, Albert Harrison, 
Steven Hancock, Don Hermey, Shawn Holt- 
zapple, Sec, James Kellerman, Eric Kunkel, 
Richard Leitz, Brent Lundgren, Mac McCor- 
mick. Brad Messersmith, Sandra Miller, Sta- 
cey Munchel, Chris Neyfeldt, Ruth Quacker- 
bush, Treas., Cindy Rhoades, Charles 
Rinehart, Meri Robles, Duane Shellenberger, 
David Siegel, Joseph Slenker, David Smith, 
Pres., Nick Stellhorn, Jill Torbert, David Wa- 
genacht, David Worfel, Ken Ziviello, V-Pres., 
Anthony Zorbaugh 



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Tau Kappa Epsilon is the largest 
international fraternity in the world 
chapter-wise, but it is much more 
than that to its proud members. TKE 
is friendship. It is a deep friendship 
and mutual understanding among a 
group of men who have similar 
ideals, hopes, and purposes. Such a 
bond of friendship and understand- 
ing furnishes the indespensible in- 
centive which helps the college man 
develop into a poised and self-confi- 
dent adult equipped with a keener 
mind, a greater appreciation, and 
broader sympathies, all fortified by 
true and understanding life long 
friends. 

TKE is adventures in group living, 
education in leadership, crucible of 
democracy, idealism in action, and a 
magnificent obsession. 

Our local chapter was started as 
Alpha Sigma Chi and was granted a 
colony in 1976. In 1977, we became 
TKE chapter. Presently, we have an 
active roster of 35 brothers: Dan 
Mondello, Ron Casperite, John 
Feldman, Drew Wildonger, John 
Wallace, Al Wolf, Rob Radler, Eric 
Bickelman, Ross Stanard, Jim Vigi- 
lante, Steve Duer, Jerry Wetzel, 
John Blackman, Rick Stevenson, 
Craig Renner, Todd Hale, Brian 
Bahn, Ed Hanson, Sean Fox, Bill 
McQueen, Bob Draut, Lou Quack- 
enbush, Gary Wessner, John Rob- 
erts, Chris Brunner, Doug Leader, 
Greg Shank, Todd Steinburg, Randy 
Poth, Kevin Baer, Dan Seifert, Bill 
Filenick, and Eric Snyder. 

We raise money mainly for the 
Kidney Foundation. However, we 
also raise money for St. Judes Hospi- 
tal. Last year, 1984-85, we raised 
over $14,000 for the Kidney founda- 
tion and this year we topped that 
mark. We also hold an annual keg 
roll with this past year being our 
first. TKE is on the upswing both 
socially and academically. We are 
Tau Kappa Epsilon - a fraternity on 
the move!!! 





TKE 





Members of Zeta Delta Phi 1985-1986: Ann Marie Allarey, Deb Barhite Gayle Beck, Virginia Bell, Judy Bobila, Nina Bower, Subrena 
Bryant, Danielle DeFelice, Linda Derr, Michelle Drummond, Laura Edelstein, Maria Fiori, Eileen Flanagan, Micki Gehers, Jill Jenkins, 
Sandy Jensen, Beth Keyser, Roxanne Krouse, Maria Lawlor, Mary Lorenz, Kathy Madill, Lois Anne Maloney, MIssey MOrgan, 
Maribeth Oswald, Amy Poth, Cindy Powers, Karen Pruner, Julie Robinson, Wendy Sims, Carrie Tatem, Hiromi Tsuchiya, Karen 
Wildeson, Sandy Williams, Jennifer Wolfe. 




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Zeta Delta Phi was first formed in 1982 as Zeta Delta 
Chi. The sorority split in 1983 to form a little sister 
group, and Zeta Delta Phi. The latter was reactivated 
with the help of Zeta Phi Omicron in the Spring of 1984. 
We have a fantastic relationship with ZOO. 

This was a very productive year for Zeta. We have 
worked hard to strengthen our organization and to serve 
the York community. We stress individuality and accep- 
tance in our sisterhood. 

Zeta was very successful in intramural sports this year. 
We had a number of teams making it to finals. Our coed 
volleyball team with our brothers was also victorious. 

Our fundraisers went well this year. Some of our sales 
included tuck-ins, donuts, balloons, carnations, kiss-a- 
grams, Greek week T-shirts and many more. 

In the spring semester, we look forward to our annual 
semi-formal and picnic with our brothers. 

We encourage strong leadership and academic 
achievement in our sisters. Zeta is a very enthusiastic, 
fun-loving groups of girls, who rely strongly on our tight 
friendships which carry us through the ups and downs of 
college life. This was an excellent year in our enrollment 
and activities. We hope next year will be even better. 





Zeta Phi Omicron is York Col- 
lege's newest social and service orga- 
nization for men. Designed to pro- 
mote fellowship, responsibility, and 
individual growth, ZOO offers a dif- 
ferent outlook upon fraternal life. 
Less than two years after achieving 
official status, Zeta Phi Omicron has 
grown considerably and looks for- 
ward to a promising future of success 
and further accomplishments. Over 
the past year ZOO has participated 
in a dribble-a-thon to raise money 
for the York Easter Seals. We spend 
every Saturday afternoon at the 
York children's home. 



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OMEGA - Andy Hanna, Matt D'Antonio 
Charlie Lieski, Steve Haffner, Darren Cro- 
zier. Bill Burd, Jeff McNeill, Chris Cowen, 
Alan Eagle, Pete Tomasulo, Willie Rose, Bob 
Ward, John Shusta, Drew Dellaquila, Rob 
Ladislaw. Randy Koshak, Bill Dee, Duncan 
Trussel, Wayne Vitkosky, Dan Laurie, Howie 
Schneiderman, Craig Halsey, Chuck Stevens, 
Emiliano Diaz. Chuck Stouch, Eric Hanson, 
Bob Dee, David Marcantonio, Greg Hewitt, 
Jim Collins, Kevin Sullivan, Grahame Rich- 
ards, Stephen Barone, Frank Machesani, 
Scott Poyner. Dan Shay, Todd Still, Tony 
RampoUa, Eric Montgomery, Richard 
Gryzlwy, Al Congata, Mike Walsh, Charles 
Szeligowski, Dave Parkanski, Ray Terilli, 
Paul Filardo, Craig Leak 




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OMEGA DARLINGS - Michele Adam, Cin- 
dy Campbell, Mary Hartung, Pam Jurash, 
Tammy Laughlin, Michele Leaman, Barbara 
Luoma, Wendy Martin, Lind Marx, Jody 
McGinty, Sheila McLaughlin, Joann Nichols, 
Lorri Osterwise, Diane Panetta, Kris Peters, 
Sarah Roselin, Dawn Sachse, Vonda Shees- 
ley, Karen Smetak, Brenda Steinhauer, Barb 
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Front row (left to right): Judy Powell, Susan Janney, Leann Brougher, Tammy Laughlin, Dawn Sachse, Lillianna Rimac, 
Cheryl Clement. 2nd row: John Potts. Rich Leitz, Neil Salkowski, Kurt Ryan, Tim Kerner, John Malone, Ed Hanson, Sean 
Fox, CPT Rourke. Back row: Stephen Pinette, Ken Gideon, Chris Sipe, Michael Vockroth, Jaime Redcay, Jim Abremitis, 
Jonathon Wallace, Paul Gorden, SGM Purnsley. 



YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB 




Front row (left to right): Melissa Cuva (Secretary), Brenda Sulick (Presi- 
dent), Natalie Shiner. Back row: Todd Fries (Treasurer), Charlie Barhite, 
Jon Case. 



RECREATION SOCIETY 




Front row (left to right): Danny Busbar, Anne Deisher, Susan Brady, Barb Marquette, Aggie 
Tammany. 2nd row: Sydney Sarver (Treasurer), Theresa Cremen (Secretary), Randall Stoner 
(President). Karen Radcliffe, Johanna Brown. Back row: Robin Bills, Dana Faulkner. 



STUDENT NURSES' ASSOCIATION 




Front row: Carol Daniels, Barb May, Sharon Kelly, Marilyn Kaufman. 
Back row: Sharnee Frain (Vice Pres.), Angie Frecon (SNAP Rep.), Heidi 
Schill (Treasurer), Carrol Lee Ward (president), Kristen Keeley. 



ALPHA CHI HONOR SOCIETY 




Front row (left to right): Monica Warner (Membership/Social clipn). Whitney 
Fisher (Secretary), Marilyn Warner (Treasurer), Ellen Frey (Vice Pres.), Back 
row; James Ravert, Ed Schwar, Rich Darnell (President, Ken Williams. 



INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CLUB 




Front row (left to right): Debbie Force, Susan Perales, Joy Kinsey, Tania Araya (Secretary), Yvette Biggs). Bach row; Karen Martz, 
Leonardo Baranda, Rizwan Quader (President), Nippon Khanna, Tracy Perry, Chip Thomas. 



WVYC 




Front row (left to right): Tracey Leather, Carrie Tatum, Mandy Wagner, Lauren Edelstein, Jennifer 
Mayser. 2nd row: John Collier, Craig Kunnemann, Jeff McGinnis. Back row: Russel Williams, Jeff Best, 
Drew Carter, Tom Gibson, Todd Ballenlync, Weldon Howlett. 



CIRCLE K CLUB 




Front row (left to right): Trish Curran, Lisa Andrick, Laurie Gold- 
berg, Dana Goodman. 2nd row: Marcy Rappaport, Michelle Drum- 
mond. Deb Barhite, Cindy Vogel. Back row: John Feldman, Drew 
Wiedonger. 



Officers 




(left to right): Trish Curran (Vicc-Prcs.), Dana Goodman (Presi- 
dent), Deb Barhite (Treasurer), Michelle Drummond (Secretary). 



SAM 




Front row (left to right): Ginny Gross, Becky Acker, Jessica Easton, Ellen Frey, Lori Nelan, Karen Patrasi, Lynn Ball. Back 
row: Bill Tickner, Ken Williams, David Stern, Jay Nobel, Joe Slenker, Rick Allen. 



Officers 




(left to right): Bill Tickner (Vice-Pres. of Operations), Ginny Gross (Treasurer), 
Beck Acker (President), David Stern (Vice-Pres. of Finance). 



Clubs 103 



BLACK STUDENT UNION 




Front row (left to right): Kim Leach, Jean Diggs, Inger Dobson, Leon Morris. 2nd row: Debbie Fioyd, Joi Kinsey, 
Tonya Jacobs. Candy Green, Yvettc Biggs, Debbie Lewis, Yolanda Deberry. Back row: Regina Jackson, John 
Teague, Ron Washington, John Holmes, Troy Groves, Andre Hue, Alana Thomas. 



Officers 




(left to right): Kimbcrly Leach (Secretary), Jean Diggs (Vice Prcs.), 
Denenc Snowdcn (President), Inger Dobson (Treasurer), Regina Jackson 
(Fundraising), Leon Morris (Parliamentarian). 




From row (left lo righl): Brcnl Kay, Kalrinu Crolslcy. 2nd 
row: Bob Lang, Shaun Perkins, Scott Billings. 3rd row: 
Donna Duran, Dan Mundcllow. 4th row: Scott Cochran, 
Mike Connors. 5th row: Rizwan Quadcr, Rich Troxcl. 6th 
row: Eric Kunkcl, Jim Beverage. 7th row: Wendy Favangcr, 
Chuck Lilly. Back row: Paul Yodzis, Ken Daily, Pete 
Vanderwcrf. 



SEA 




Anne Bievenour 
Stellhorn. 



Martha Bowcn, Maria Lawlor, Nick 



IVCF 




Front row (left to right): Missy Giassgow, Jeanne Betz, Penny Marshall, Carol Kahl, B.J. Scott. 2nd row: Brian Ardnt, Louis 
Quakenbush, Ian Scotland, Karen Christ, Pete Wise, Michelle Drummond. Bach row: Dave Stern, Jean McCusker, Ken 
Williams, Chip Thomas. Tracy Perry, Sue Perales, Terry Kling, Mary Rogala, Bill Tickner, Michelle Hudson, Debbie Force. 



SENIORS 




Right to left: Dave Marcantonio (Secretary), Lisa Scott (Treasurer) Mark Landi 
(Vice Pres.). 



CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY 
ASSOCIATION 




Front row (left to right): Fr. Joe, Jeff Jones, Karen Greitz, Barb Scrratore (President), and Chris Taylor. Back row: Paul Yodzis, Sandy 
Lutz, Eileen Seidel. Mary Donnelly, Linda Farley, Susy Graham, Sharon Kelly, and Kim. Miller. 




Barb Serralore looking back at the rapids after steering a raft through 
the Shenandoah. 



Paul Yodzis, Barb Serratore, Susy Miller, and Chris Taylor at the falls 
along the Shenandoah. 

Clubs 107 



SOCCER 

Practice started 8/30/85. Fifty-three invitations to 
report were sent. Thirty-three athletes met for the first 
time the evening of 8/28/85. Twenty-nine complettd the 
season in good standing with two injured early and red 
shirted. 

I felt this group worked harder and had the best atti- 
tude of any I've coached in fourteen years. Three of our 
four defenders had graduated and defense was our prior- 
ity. In three pre-season games, we bested Penn State 
York (16-1), Dickinson (6-0), and lost to the United 
States Naval Academy (1-0). Two of our starting full 
backs were lost by two games into the season. 

We, as a team, were young but played well. We still 
don't have a scoring threat in any one player and are hurt 
by that. We graduate our midfield this year and our 
starting keeper. Next year's schedule will be a challenge. 





110 Fall Sports 









YORK 


O/'/'ONE/Vr 


1 


7 


Messiah 


1 


3 


Salisbury 


1 





Mt. Si. Mary's 




1 


4 

1 


Gettysburg 
Susquehanna 


2 


1 


Juniata 








Johns Hopkins 


5 


3 


Coppin State 





3 


Catholic 


2 


5 


Millersville 


5 


1 


Lebanon Valley 


1 

1 



1 


Bloomsburg 
Western Maryland 


2 


2 


Allentown 



Members - Bov Allen, Scott Chapman, Matt D'Antonio, Keith Eldridge, Phil Fox, Brian Gallagher, Jeff Harvey, Ian 
Jones, Scott Jordan, Ken Kelly, Tony Kowalewski, Tim Krout, Pat Laverty, Charlie Lieske, Chris McTighe, Chad 
Oyler, Scott Poyner, Charles Reilly, Matthew Robinson, Corky Santaniello, John Schenk, Larry Sceinski, Paul 
Shields, Steve Shields, Jon Shultz, Joe Strempel, Jonathan Wallace, Paul Yodzis 



Fall Sports 1 1 1 



VOLLEYBALL 



Tuesday, September 3rd, at 10:00 
A.M. began the 1985 Volleyball season 
at YCP. The organizational meeting 
was followed by double practices both 
September 3rd and September 4th. 
Practices were held on a daily basis 
starting on the fifth from 3:45 P.M. to 
6:00 P.M. 

This year's squad consisted of thir- 
teen players, two of which were seniors, 
three juniors, five sophomores, and 
three freshmen. All players finished in 
good standing, although two players 
were forced to end a week early due to 
illnessess. 

Injuries played an important role in 
this year's season. Trainers Sue 
Sponsler and Lisa Wheeler did an ex- 
cellent job keeping the players in the 
best physical condition possible. I com- 
mend them for a fine job well done! 

Overall, we had a very tough sched- 
ule, playing a number of Division I and 
II schools throughout the season. A 
1985 season highlight came during our 
first tournament which was held at Eli- 
zabethtown College. The team played 
very well that weekend, earning a sec- 
ond place trophy for their efforts. 




Members - Kim Walsh, Chris Cornbower, Pam 
Stover, Amylise Greth, Wendy Blizzard, Kelli 
Masters, Nadine Polasko, Christina Dorsey, Ka- 
ren Graham, Maria Pennings, Dodie Froutz, Jac- 
quelyn Rutty, Jan Schindo 



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1 1 2 Fall Sports 





TOURNAMENT 


SCHOOL 


SCORES 




F & M 


6-15, 3-15 




Cabrini 


2-15, 15-12, 10-15 




Susquehanna 


15-10, 7-15, 10-15 




Marywood 


15-4, 15-3 




Messiah 


9-15, 10-15, 15-8, 10- 
15 




Spring Garden 


15-5, 15-6 




Dickenson 


15-13, 15-1 




Swarthmore 


15-10, 15-4 


Elizabethtown 


Washington 


15-10. 12-15, 15-2 


Elizabethtown 


Wilkes 


15-6, 15-7 


Elizabethtown 


Elizabethtown 


9-15. 2-15 


Elizabethtown 


F & M 


15-13, 7-15, 15-7 


Elizabethtown 


Scranton 


5-15, 15-3, 15-7 


Elizabethtown 


Elizabethtown 


13-15, 4-15 




Gallaudet 


10-15, 6-15 




Hood 


15-0, 15-11 




Catholic 


13-15, 15-6, 12-15 




Mary Washington 


15-9, 5-15, 17-55 




Wilson 


15-0, 15-1, 15-0 



Fall Sports 113 



FIELD HOCKEY 



Members - Imelda Aguirre, Cheryl Blume. Jo- 
anne Brackctl, Joanne DeBiasio, Pani Ferguson, 
Gail Flickner, Krislina Gillan, Jody Gladfeller, 
Jean Jones, Robin Lulz, Cindy Mickle, Donna 
Ribakusky, Lillian Rimac, Deb Rowan, Diane 
Rusnock, Pani Sachetla, Valerie Whileman, Bev- 
erly Wilson 








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York 


Opponent 





2 


Franklin & Marshall 




2 


2 
1 


Western Maryland 
Juniata 


1 
5 


2 



Gettysburg 
Gallaudet 


5 





Wilson 


3 





Catholic 





4 


Elizabethtown 


2 





Notre Dame 






2 



Susquehanna 
Hood 


1 





Dickinson - Forfeit 


1 


3 


Loyola 

Messiah - cancelled 



Fall Sports 115 



SWIMMING 



Members - MEN's - Dan Alway, Sam Alwine, Richard 
Bailey, Steve Donia, Jeff Duncan, Ian Jones, James Pal- 
lanle. Ken Peters, Charlie Szeligowski WOMEN'S - 
Ashley Beardsley, Tasha Beck, Gina D'Angelis, Danielle 
DeFelice, Anne Faryniak, Veronica Galant, Karen Ha- 
bel, Laurie Ocker, Elena Shank, Jill Trone, Jaime Wil- 
ken, Karen Withers 



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YORK 


OPPONENT 


60 


52 


King's 


49 


62 


Susquehanna 


49 


27 


Juniala 


56 


37 


St. Francis 


53 


22 


Mary Washington 


61 


44 


Eliza bethtovvn 


46 


67 


Western Maryland 



YORK 


OPPONENT 




66 


70 


Gouchcr 


78 


35 


Notre Dame 


80 • 


60 


Millersvillc 


48 


63 


Susquehanna 


75 


38 


Lycoming 


73 


65 


Lock Haven 


11 





Hood 


83 


45 


Salisbury 


65 


26 


Juniata 


72 


33 


St. Francis 


85 


51 


Mansfield 


75 


34 


Mary Washington 


70 


41 


Eliza bcthtown 


72 


32 


Western Maryland 


78 


27 


Gallaudet 


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Fall Sports 117 



MEN'S BASKETBALL 



Members - Paul Chiaradia, Mike 
Donahue, Eric Hanson, Walt 
Keffer, Carlos Johnson, Steve La- 
sak, Pat Long, Rawlc Phillips, 
Chris Richardson, Chuck Stouch, 
Ron Washington, Todd Witmer 




I 18 Fall Sports 





YORK 


OPPONENT 


66 


76 


Lynchburg 


73 


66 


Johns Hopkins 


69 


68 


Millersville 


78 


72 


Western Maryland 


97 


73 


Frostburg State 


101 


104 


Salisbury State 


69 


94 


Franklin & Marshall 


64 


73 


Elizabelhtown College 


68 


69 


Bluffton 


94 


106 


Urbana University 


73 


76 


Wilkes 


94 


68 


Beaver College 


For- 






feit 




Penn State Capital 


75 


52 


Alvernia 


83 


84 


Spring Garden 


82 


70 


Allcntown College 


72 


85 


Shippensburg University 


54 


68 


Catholic University 


78 


66 


Washington College 


63 


71 


Juniata 


81 


73 


Mary Washington 


54 


81 


Bloomsburg 


68 


79 


Susquehanna 


92 


84 


St. Mary's 


67 


84 


Shenandoah 



WOMAN'S BASKETBALL 



Members - Robin Bills, Jenny Carson, 
Cheryl Clement, Jean Jones Sandy Lutz, 
Jeanette McKenna, Barb Miller, Sue Ser- 
edych, Lori Trimmer, Tina Weikerl, Cin- 
dy Wenrich, Bev Wilson 




120 Fall Sports 





YORK 


OPPONENT 




50 


79 


Gallaudel 


73 


50 


Shenandoah 


56 
70 


66 

75 


Western Maryland 
F& M 


68 
63 
61 


90 
80 
70 


Frostburg 
Salisbury 
Notre Dame 


50 
48 


81 
69 


Lebanon Valley 
Messiah 


79 
64 


108 
60 


Spring Garden 
Gallaudet 


42 


104 


Catholic 


50 


66 


Dickinson 


60 

43 


79 
82 


Shepherd 
Juniata 


80 


30 


Wilson 


65 

47 


88 
102 


Marymount 
Susquehanna 


56 

72 


78 
21 


Gettysburg 
Hood 



Fall Sports 121 



CHEERLEADING 




Members - Amanda Bccm, Vick> Holmes, Michelle l_eamaii, Cind\ l-eibig, 
Beth Moycr. Jackie Pensyl. Amy Polh, Sandy Transue, Daphanie Weaver, 
Shelly Warner 



122 Fall Sport.s 





Fall Sporls 123 



WRESTLING 



Members - John AntonaccI, Wall Borchcrl, Steve 
Craley, John Curving, Anthony Dagostino, Matt Di- 
Giaimo, Greg Fitzpatrick, Greg Gorddard. Fran 
Hanley, Dave Hinds, Jim Jcfferis, Greg Jurash, 
Mike McConville, Kurt Ryan, Neil Salkowski, John 
Smith, Dave Summers 




The 1985-86 York College wrestling team officially started practice on 
Monday, October 14, 1985 with thirty-one students coming out for the team. 
Seventeen of the thirty-one students finished the season in good standing. 
Brook Landis completed his tenth season and Rich Wileczek his second 
season as volunteer assistant coaches. 

The Spartan wrestling team completed another successful season with its 
fifth consecutive winning season. In posting a respectable 9 - 7 dual meet 
record, it was accomplished against a highly competitive schedule which 
included teams from the Pennsylvania Conference, EIWA, and top twenty 
finishers in the NCAA Division III championship. The highlight of the 
season was an upset victory over NCAA Division 1 eastern wrestling power, 
Wilkes College. It was probably the biggest dual meet victory in York 
College's wrestling history. Wilkes College has always been one of the top 
wrestling colleges in the east and this was York's first victory against this 
wrestling power. 

Junior co-captains Neil Salkowski and Greg Fitzpatrick had outstanding 
seasons winning twenty-three individual bouts each. Also, both placed in the 
top three in several invitational tournaments, won individual titles in the 
Washington & Lee Tournament and placed in the regional qualifying tour- 
nament for the national championship. Senior Tony Dagostino and junior 
John Antonacci also placed in the regional qualifying tournament. 

Neil Salkowski's third place finish in the regional qualifying tournament 
qualified him to participate in the NCAA Division III Wrestling Champion- 
ship held at Trenton, NJ. Neil lost his first two matches at the national 
tournament and was eliminated from further competition. Finally, Neil 
Salkowski was honored by his teammates and coaching staff by being voted 
the most valuable wrestler for the 1985-86 season. 





YORK 


OPPONENT 


12 


43 


Trenton Stale College 


15 


38 


Kutztown University 


20 


16 


Coppin State College 


28 


22 


Elizabethtown 


6 


42 


Moravian College 


41 


7 


Loyola College 


38 


3 


LaSalle College 


37 


12 


Salisbury State College 


34 


18 


Glassboro State College 


14 


30 


Western Maryland College 


28 


27 


Wilkes College 


43 


3 


Messiah College 


16 


39 


Shippensburg University 


39 


12 


Gettysburg College 


25 


26 


Swarthmore College 


7 


42 


Miliersville University 



Spring Sports 127 



BASEBALL 



Members - Joe Aita, Joe Ben- 
zinger, Joe Boyle, Malt Clem- 
ens, Mike Connors, Ryan Fox, 
Eddie Fuller, Rob Grano. Jim 
Grim, Bob Grove, Jack Hans- 
berry, Craig Kern, Dave Kim- 
ple, Ray Kotula, Jim Long, 
Scott Markle, Lenny Na- 
miotka, John Pensiero. Steve 
Phillips, Paul Shields, Tim 
Thomas, Randy Wagner, Tom 
Waters. Jason Webb, Eric 
Wentz, Ron Zeager 




The York College Spartan baseball team com- 
pleted another fine season in 1986, postmg a record 
of 26 wins and 1 1 losses. Along the way, the Spar- 
tans enjoyed a Penn-Mar Collegiate Baseball Con- 
ference record of 1 1 wins and 3 losses, and peaked 
within impressive double-header wins over the Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania and the University of 
Maryland - Baltimore County. 

Several individuals had exciting and productive 
seasons under first year head coach Lee Ward. 
Seniors Eddie Fuller, Tim Thoman, Matt Clemens, 
John Pensiero, and Ron Zeager all shared the spot- 
light. Fuller, the team's MVP, and YCP top male 
athlete award and Klinedinst Award winner, hit 
.433 and set school records with 15 doubles and 41 
stolen bases. Thomas hit .352 and his 34 runs bat- 
ted-in trailed only Ray Kotula. Clemens finished 
the 1986 campaign with a perfect fielding record 
and scored 28 runs. Pensiero, the Spartan's ace 
pitcher, logged 5 victories to 2 defeats against the 
toughest opponents while big right-hander Ron 
Zeager marched through an undefeated season at 4 
and 0. 

Several freshmen ball players had tremendous 
rookie seasons, and solid offensive and defensive 
contributions were made from all positions as the 
Spartans added to the rich baseball history. 



128 Spring Sports 






Spring Sports 129 




I 30 Spring Sports 







YORK 


OPPONENT" 


20 


9 


F & M 


2 


3 


MillcrsviUe 





5 


Millersville 





2 


Gettysburg 


8 


3 


Gettysburg 


11 


8 


University of Pennsylvania 


5 


4 


University of Pennsylvania 


9 





Elizabethtown 


13 


2 


Eliza bethtown 


18 


8 


Mt. St. Mary's 


11 


8 


Mt. St. Mary's 


4 


5 


Catholic 


5 


4 


Catholie 


5 


2 


University of Maryland 


2 





University of Maryland 


RAIN 




Frostburg 


RAIN 




Frostburg 


1 


12 


University of Maryland 


4 


14 


University of Maryland 


5 


4 


Salisbury State 


9 


4 


Salisbury State 


8 


3 


Mt. St. Mary's 


2 





Mt. St. Mary's 


RAIN 




Messiah 


RAIN 




Shippensburg 


7 


1 


Salisburg State 


5 


3 


Salisburg State 


1 


5 


John Hopkins 





5 


John Hopkins 


4 


2 


Susquehanna 


2 


1 


Susquehanna 


9 


14 


Frostburg 


12 


4 


Frostburg 


2 


1 


Juniata 


g 


6 


Juniata 


2 


4 


Western Maryland 


1 


2 


Western Maryland 


10 


2 


Morgan State 


11 


1 


Morgan State 


II 


1 


Delaware State 


13 


9 


Delaware State 



Spring Sports 1 31 



SOFTBALL 



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Members - Cindy Aveni, Jenny Carson, Kim 
Cooke, Martha Dixon, Donna Doran, Mi- 
chelle Edens. Lori Fausl, Slephaniec Morion. 
Cindy Powers, Leslie Radcliffe, Lil Rimac. 
Pam Sachelta, Lori Strausbaugh, Joyce 
Sweitzer, Lori Tassey, Cindy Wenrich, Val 
Whiteman 




132 Spring Sports 




Fall Sporls 133 



TRACK & FIELD 




The highlights of the season included dual meet vic- 
tories over Baptist Bible College and Gallaudet College. 
Both these teams had finished ahead of us in place finish- 
es in the pole vault by Waye Dayberry and Andre Hue in 
the Western Maryland Relays and Rod Slater in the 
Messiah Invitational. 

Freshman Greg Jurash, from Haddon Heights, NJ, 
led the team in points scored and was voted by his 
teammates as the most valuable track and field perform- 
er for the 1986 season. Also, the coach's award recogniz- 
ing the track and field athlete who best demonstrates the 
ideal of team before self is to be shared by four year 
lettermen and co-captains Mark Landi and Heshim 
"Chip" Thomas for the leadership, efforts, and dedica- 
tion to the track and field team the past four years. 

Members - Bill Burd, Wayne Dayberry, Gina Gianoni, 
Tam Hartman, Carolyn Houch, Andre Hue, Carlos 
Johnson, Paul Johnston, Greg Jurash, Patricia Kemp, 
Mark Landi, Jim O'Brien Lynn Rooney, Rod Slater, 
Brian Schafer, Brian Schlemmer, Chris Sherry, Joe 



Strempel, John Teague, Heshim Thomas 

The 1986 York College track and field team officially 
started practice on March 3, 1986 Eighteen (13 men and 
5 women) of the twenty-eight students (20 men and 8 
women) who came out for the team finished the season in 
good standing. It should be noted that York College does 
not officially sponsor a women's track and field team. 
However, the women who did come out for the team did 
get the opportunity to compete in dual meets and invita- 
tionals when women's competition was available. 

The York College track and field team struggled 
through a disappointing season. The biggest disappoint- 
ment came from the small turnout for the team which 
has been declining the past three seasons. However, on 
the positive side, nine of the thirteen men who finished 
the season in good standig were underclassmen and three 
of the top four point scorers were freshmen. A good 
turnout of freshmen next season could put the program 
back on a healthy course and again become competitive 
with those schools that we have been in the past. 



YORK 


OPPONENT 




32 


104 


Dickinson 


32 


40 


Lebanon Valley 


82 


55 


Baplisl Bible 


15 


89 


Western Maryland 


15 


62 


Johns Hopkins 


4 


91 


Messiah 


4 


82 


GeUysburg 


91 


40 


Gallaudcl 



134 Fall Sporls 




Spring Sports 1 35 




I 36 Spring Sporls 



Clcsi^ 




GRADUATION 




138 Graduation 




Graduation 139 



YEAR IN REVIEW 



A high school teacher goes into space. Christa 
McAuliffe folds her training uniforms as she 
packed for a trip to Houston where she began 
training for her trip into space. McAuhffe is a 
high school teacher from Concord High 
School in Concord, N.H. Her flight is sched- 
uled for January, 1986. 

The space program moved ahead. Space walk- 
er James van Hoften stands tall on the end of 
a robot arm of the Space Shuttle Discovery 
after successfully launching the repaired Syn- 
com satellite in September. 







President Reagan, with is wife Nancy, gives 
the A-Okay sign from his hospital window in 
July after undergoing surgery to remove a 
cancerous tumor from his lower intestine. The 
74-year old president was back on the job 
within weeks after the operation. 

Ceremonies were held at various times during 
the year at the Vietnam Memorial in Wash- 
ington to commemorate the tenth anniversary 
of the fall of the Saigon government in Viet- 
nam. The Vietnam Memorial is inscribed with 
the names of more than 58,000 dead or miss- 
ing soldiers from the Vietnam War. 



Year In Review 141 



The Kansas City Royals won the World Se- 
ries. Royals pitcher Bret Saberhagen em- 
braces third baseman George Brett after 
pitching a five-hitter to give the Royals the 
World Series crown over the St. Louis Cardi- 
nals. Saberhagen, the winner of two series 
games, was named as the Most Valuable Play- 
er in the series. 

Geneva, Nov. 19 — FIRESIDE CHAT — 
President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail 
Gorbachev talk in front of a fire place at the 
Fleur D'Eau Tuesday in Geneva. 






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Four prominent actors died in late 1985: Or- 
son Wells (T-L) 70, of a heart attack; Lloyd 
Nolan (T-R) 83, after a battle with lung can- 
cer; Rock Hudson, (B-L) 59, after a battle 
with AIDS; Yul Brynner, (B-R) 65, of cancer. 

An entire city block was destroyed in Phila- 
delphia. Police tried to evict members of the 
radical group MOVE from their fortified row- 
house by dropping a small bomb on the build- 
ing. A fire started by the device and about 60 
houses were destroyed. 

Four Palestinian terrorists hijacked the Ital- 
ian cruse liner Achille Lauro while on a Medi- 
terranean cruise. One American was killed. 
After the ship was released the Egyptian gov- 
ernment agreed to return the hijackers to the 
PLO. However, the hijackers were intercept- 
ed by American jets as they were flown out of 
Egypt and returned to Italy to stand trial. 



Year In Review 143 



Congratulations 

And Good Luck 

To The Class Of 

1986 



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